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LMS365 On-Premises

Learning Management for SharePoint

Customer Story

Industry: Non-profit

Location: Toronto, Canada

Users: 1,000

Purchase year: 2012

Website: www.cnib.ca

Project delivered by

Finding an accessible, customizable, bilingual learning management system was a challenge. To find one that built upon our existing SharePoint framework was an added bonus in terms of development speed.

Vicki Mains
Director, e-Learning

Canadian Institute of the Blind

CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.

Dedicated specialists work with people of all ages in their own homes, communities or local CNIB offices.

Business Challenges

  • Train staff across the country in 53 offices
  • Ensure consistent knowledge about CNIB’s history, values, terminology, and services, within the employee base across all areas of the organization
  • Streamline the new employee orientation process
  • Ensure deployed systems are fully accessible to people who are blind, partially sighted or deaf-blind
  • Support multilingual users


  • Implemented LMS365 with registration and enrollment features
  • Replaced numerous instructor-led, classrooom-based training sessions
  • Developed interative learning materials in both English and French


  • More than 90% of all staff has completed the required training
  • Consistent and correct information is accessible to all staff at any time
  • Training progress and success are trackable
  • A cohesive feeling among staff that knowledge sharing is equitable no matter where in the country they are located
  • Ease of orienting new staff—a huge time savings, with more information delivered in more digestible pieces
  • Ability to target training for users of specific internal applications

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